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- Lesson: 2a1:35
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This is a lesson that teaches how to determine if an expression is a linear equation; and how to graph a linear equation.

Basic concepts: Representing patterns in linear relations, Reading linear relation graphs, Solving linear equations by graphing, Identifying functions,

Related concepts: System of linear equations, Graphing linear inequalities in two variables, Graphing systems of linear inequalities,

Expression: A collection of numbers, variables, and signs, such as $3, 3x+4, 5 x^2 + 2, \sqrt{x-3},$etc

Equations: A mathematical statement with an equal sign, such as $y = 2, y = 3x-2, y = x, x = 3,$etc

Linear Equation: Ax + By = C (A, B & C are constants; x & y are variables)

All linear equations are functions except a vertical line such as x = 3.

Equations: A mathematical statement with an equal sign, such as $y = 2, y = 3x-2, y = x, x = 3,$etc

Linear Equation: Ax + By = C (A, B & C are constants; x & y are variables)

All linear equations are functions except a vertical line such as x = 3.

- 1.Which of the following is a linear equation?

i) x = 4

ii)y = 2

iii)y = 3x + 5 - 2.Graph the linear equations:a)y = -${3 \over 4}$x + 2b)y = ${4 \over 5}$x$-2$c)${3 \over 4}x + 0.6y =3$

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Linear Equations

4.1

Introduction to linear equations

4.2

Introduction to nonlinear equations

4.3

Special case of linear equations: Horizontal lines

4.4

Special case of linear equations: Vertical lines

4.5

Parallel line equation

4.6

Perpendicular line equation

4.7

Combination of both parallel and perpendicular line equations

4.8

Applications of linear equations

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Get Started Now4.1

Introduction to linear equations

4.2

Introduction to nonlinear equations

4.3

Special case of linear equations: Horizontal lines

4.4

Special case of linear equations: Vertical lines

4.5

Parallel line equation

4.6

Perpendicular line equation

4.7

Combination of both parallel and perpendicular line equations

4.8

Applications of linear equations